25000 Iraqi dinars banknote (Hammurabi)
The Central Bank of Iraq issued Iraqi Dinar banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 25000 Iraqi dinars banknote (Hammurabi). They are part of the current Iraqi Dinar banknotes series. The Central Bank of Iraq started issuing these 25000 Iraqi Dinar banknotes in 2003. They are currently still in circulation.
The red-coloured banknote of 25,000 dinars was Iraq’s highest value banknote until the introduction of the 50,000 bill in 2015. On the front side of the 25,000 dinars banknote is a woman with a jug and a tractor on a field. The back side shows a stone bas relief with Hammurabi, sixth king of the First Babylonian dynasty of the Amorite tribe.
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1 IQD = £0.00038
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